WHAT SISTERHOOD MEANS TO ME
As a passionate, independent, & highly feminine woman, my girlfriends have become a vital aspect of my existence & I have found myself with a chosen family that I would never want to live without.
I have more than a circle of girlfriends; I have a family in these women. I have friends who are sisters to me in the sense that they have made me aunt to their children & have me as a regular member of family dinners & every special occasion. They are sisters to me in the sense that we mesh into each other’s days, weeks, & homes in a way that is natural. The same sisters have acted as mothers to me in some moments, fiercely protecting & watching over me with a care that you usually only find from parents (if you’re lucky). We are sisters in that our relationships are not always perfect, & we accept the rough edges & mistakes that are made from time to time. We are aunts, mothers, children, sisters, & more, all loving & supporting each other & the path we have chosen as free women.
The feminine bond that I share with these friends means that we relate & understand each other on an intuitive level. Because of our bond as sisters we will never leave each other. Having chosen paths in life that have tossed challenges in our walk nearly every step of the way, we celebrate each other.